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    Quote Originally Posted by matzwd View Post
    I will check that out too. Thank you for pointing this out. I definitely need to get some doggie first aid instruction.

    No, I don't think there's a stick too. We are having a bonfire tonight, and she was out here with us carying around a stick, which is typical for her, when all of a sudden she started gagging and swallowing. I suspect that it all started from her gagging herself with the stick. We had to chase her down to carry her inside because she was panicking. She's all better now though, back to chasing buggies.

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    Oh that's good to hear. Just keep an eye on her over the next week. In the first article, my Emma chewed off a large part of a toy and she passed it 5 days later. You would have never of known anything was in her, she appeared just fine. Keep an eye on poop and if she poop but starts throwing her food up, get her to a Vet ASAP. The chances then are quite high she'd have a blockage.

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    Since we're on this subject and you're girl started panicking I want to share my co-worker's story. A year plus ago she was cooking dinner (mini burger sliders) and gave her 5 year old dog (a mix) one of the hamburger sliders. She said she saw her dog acting a up and pawing but didn't realize there was any thing wrong. Her dog ran outside and went under the deck and that's where he was found dead. This all happened within 30 minutes, he chocked to death and had panicked and ran out. Please be sure to read these when you can.
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    They sure do, whoa, titanium glasses. how did that work out?
    I was thankful that all of the pieces were accounted for. She is such a little stinker. He said he walked into the living room and stumbled across her sitting there just plucking it apart. She actually ripped the lenses away from the frames and chewed them up. When he called me and I realized what happened I got so scared. Mind you these glasses were stronge that they survived him accidentally sitting on them and my little niece running over them on her big wheel bike. Guess nothing is a match for a nosey bully.
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    You guys rock!! My husband asked me who I was calling when I was posting and I told him EBN. He couldn't believe how fast you all were with advice and information. You definitely did not fail this freaked out momma.

    I will certainly keep an eye on my baby girl to make sure nothing else is in there. Her sister Zelda did poop out a Lego once when she was a puppy, ouch! A good thing, too, because we had no idea she had eaten it, just like Miss Clara and the glove fragment, which I suspect was sealed up against the side of her throat.

    Again, thank you very much for coming to our rescue tonight! I've already read through the foreign object, CPR, and Heimlich stuff and will be printing the latter two and placing them on the fridge just in case.



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    Oh my just came home and read this, was going to say run her to the vet, but if she passed it already that's good. I feel for you because my Dozer has swallowed so many things, he's brutal, he swallows socks, sticks, rocks, and anything else he can find. He's scared me on 2 or 3 occasions, but has so far passed the stuff he swallowed. The bully gods only know what else is in his belly. Hope he's okay.
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    You need to take your dog to your nearest emergency vet. Whatever she is choking on won't disappear - it will either stay put and perforate her throat, or get free and go into her digestive tract - both are life-threatening.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matzwd View Post
    You guys rock!! My husband asked me who I was calling when I was posting and I told him EBN. He couldn't believe how fast you all were with advice and information. You definitely did not fail this freaked out momma.

    I will certainly keep an eye on my baby girl to make sure nothing else is in there. Her sister Zelda did poop out a Lego once when she was a puppy, ouch! A good thing, too, because we had no idea she had eaten it, just like Miss Clara and the glove fragment, which I suspect was sealed up against the side of her throat.

    Again, thank you very much for coming to our rescue tonight! I've already read through the foreign object, CPR, and Heimlich stuff and will be printing the latter two and placing them on the fridge just in case.



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    I can't believe what they will eat! They will stick anything in their mouth!

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    How scary, glad she vommited it, keep a close eye on her as I'm sure you will.
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    Ugh so scary we went through something similar with Bacon about a month ago, @matzwd how is your pup doing today? Keep and eye out and make sure your pup is regularly and there is no blockage, if they aren't doing that normally get an x-ray done with the barium so they can see if there is a soft tissue blockage

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    All is well in Aunt Clara's world since our incident. Normal poo and behavior. Thank you for being concerned.

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